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Mario Party 4 (Players choice)

Released on 29 November 2002

Rating: 3+ (ELSPA)

4.0 out of 5 (3 customer reviews) | Write a review

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The portly plumber has already hosted three wild celebrations on Nintendo 64, and with Mario Party 4, featuring 50 all-new mini-games to master and new interactive game boards, the stakes are higher than ever. Whether you're a seasoned Mario Party vet or this is your first invitation to a Mushroom Kingdom bash, you'll have a blast racing against your friends to grab every last star you can get your hands on. Even if your friends are grounded, you can throw yourself a single-player party with Mario Party 4's Story Mode. Either way, the game is an action-packed fun-fest with slick graphics, great gameplay variety and unbeatable replay value.
  • Compete in a series of contests as favourite Nintendo characters
  • Use items to access different areas of the game boards and trigger special events
  • New Tag Battle lets players compete for stars in two-man teams
  • Set handicaps for players of all ages and abilities
  • For 1-4 players

customer Reviews

 Average rating (3 reviews)

 Still the Best Mario Party Game

| | See all deanlowdon's reviews (468)

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At first glance the Mario Party games have changed very little from the 1999 N64 original through to Mario Party 8 on the Nintendo Wii. This title of course follows much the same template as all the others with Mario and his pals moving around an interactive board game in order to collect stars and coins, the winner being the person who collects the most within a set number of turns.

A series of free for all, 2 vs. 2 and 3 vs. 1 mini-games take place after each round of turns. Depending on your performance you are awarded coins that can be used to purchase items to aid you in gaining more valuable stars. Most of these mini-games are brand new and the majority are good fun to play. What makes Mario Party 4 the best in the series is that this time around victory depends less on luck than its prequels and sequels. Players skilled at winning mini-games and playing tactically will find that they will win far more often than their opponents and the game is more enjoyable for it.

The only negative is that to get the best from the game you really need to have the maximum of four players. Empty spaces are filled by moronic CPU opponents who are no help whatsoever during the team based mini-games and they quickly drain the fun from the game. Since it is compatible with the Wii I would highly recommend picking up this title.

 Still the Best Mario Party Game

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At first glance the Mario Party games have changed very little from the 1999 N64 original through to Mario Party 8 on the Nintendo Wii. This title of course follows much the same template as all the others with Mario and his pals moving around an interactive board game in order to collect stars and coins, the winner being the person who collects the most within a set number of turns.

A series of free for all, 2 vs. 2 and 3 vs. 1 mini-games take place after each round of turns. Depending on your performance you are awarded coins that can be used to purchase items to aid you in gaining more valuable stars. Most of these mini-games are brand new and the majority are good fun to play. What makes Mario Party 4 the best in the series is that this time around victory depends less on luck than its prequels and sequels. Players skilled at winning mini-games and playing tactically will find that they will win far more often than their opponents and the game is more enjoyable for it.

The only negative is that to get the best from the game you really need to have the maximum of four players. Empty spaces are filled by moronic CPU opponents who are no help whatsoever during the team based mini-games and they quickly drain the fun from the game. Since it is compatible with the Wii I would highly recommend picking up this title.

 its different to all marios

| | See all lee1963's reviews (8)

its not like all marios where you jump on the mushroom guy head. it isa masive bord game like monopoly.very good game not hard and makes you chill out!!!

 Best party game of the Mario series

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The Mario Party games series has become very well known and since then many games have been made by many game producers, still this is the best one for the Gamecube and still one of the best party games ever made by Nintendo.

It's very fun to play and nearly 90 different minigames to play, inside a board game like track. You'll have 6 different boards to play, each is run by different characters from the Mario franchise and will have different ways to move inside the board such as different happenings.

The game is best played with 4 players, but still it's very fun if played with only 2 players. With one player the game is not the best, sure you'll need to play solo in some quests of the game and those are fun to play once (and only once), but the regular party boards will be boring if played solo against other computer controlled players.

If you're playing this game with other people this is a solid choice for a party game, if you're only planning to play it solo it will become a bit boring and repetitive, which is normal since party games are best played with others anyway.

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RegionPAL: Will play on UK and European GameCube only
Rating3+ (ELSPA)
Players1-4